How do we make decisions? And what role does our social environment play in this process? Through its solo exhibition “PushMi PullYu,” the international art and design studio Hyphen-Labs transforms the exhibition space of the Schering Stiftung into a place, where robots move freely as well as within set boarders, sometimes even in the form of a shoal, and interact with one another and the visitors alike. Ever-changing scenarios are created by means of human interventions and question the complex relations of body and mind, individual and group, man and machine. Through “PushMi PullYu,” Hyphen-Labs invites us to take a contemporary look at the recurring question in science and philosophy of whether there is free will or whether our world is deterministic. How much leeway do individuals have when it comes to their actions, and how do individuals adapt their behavior to that of the group?